Upcoming Talks

Selection procedure for assistant position

Title: Short talks by several candidates
Speaker: K. Heuer / K. Kolesko / A. Muranova / C. Alves / F. Tonti ()
Date: 29 + 30. + 31.1.2020, afternoon
Room:
Abstract:

Assistant position (with PhD) - selection procedure

20 minutes' scientific talks (titles below) followed by

20 Minuten Lehrvortrag (Deutsch), Thema
``Die Eulersche Zahl e''

Wednesday, 29.1.2020, seminar room A306 (Steyrergasse 30, 3rd floor):

14:00 Karl HEUER (Berlin): Forcing Hamiltonicity in locally finite graphs via forbidden induced subgraphs

15:30 Konrad KOLESKO (Innsbruck): Limit theorems in branching processes

Thursday, 30.1., seminar room AE06 (Steyrergasse 30, ground floor):

13:30 Anna MURANOVA (Bielefeld): On the notion of effective impedance for networks

15:00 Caio ALVES (Leipzig): Decoupling inequalities in loop percolation

Friday, 31.1., seminar room AE02 (Steyrergasse 30, ground floor):

13:30 Fabio TONTI (Vienna): A new proof of Thoma's theorem

Vorstellungsvortrag im Rahmen des Habilitationsverfahrens

Title: Linear differential equations and difference algebraic groups
Speaker: Dr. Michael Wibmer (TU Graz)
Date: 24.01.2020, 14:00 Uhr
Room: Seminarraum Analysis-Zahlentheorie, Kopernikusgasse 24, 2.OG
Abstract:

Classical differential Galois theory associates a linear algebraic group to a linear differential equation. This group measures the algebraic relations among the solutions. In joint work with L. Di Vizio and Ch. Hardouin I developed a Galois theory that measures the difference algebraic relations among the solutions of a linear differential equation. In this Galois theory the Galois groups are linear difference algebraic groups, i.e., subgroups of the general linear group defined by algebraic difference equations in the matrix entries. This Galois theory is helpful for understanding the behavior of the solutions under a transformation of the independent variable and also applies to linear differential equations depending on a parameter.

Because of their role in the study of linear differential equations it is desirable to have a comprehensive structure theory for linear difference algebraic groups. In this talk we will discuss some progress in this direction.